Get Involved

When it comes to restoring our coasts, you can help.

Restore America’s Estuaries represents a unified voice across the coastal community. We chair several coalitions in the nonprofit and government sectors, convene leading experts in estuary science, and lead nationwide coastal celebrations. So what can you do? Take time to volunteer at a local clean-up event, write to your elected official, and get engaged on social media. Everything you do helps protect the estuaries we all depend on.

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Affiliates

Join our network of coastal professionals from around the country and receive exclusive benefits and trainings throughout the year.

 

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Estuaries Week

Each September we celebrate our bays and estuaries nationwide — learn more about this celebration and get involved in your local community.

 

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HABNET

The Habitat Network (HabNet) Coalition is a national alliance of conservation organizations dedicated to protecting and restoring coastal habitats across the country.

HabNet was established to:

  • Create resilient coastal communities
  • Provide a forum to share expertise and resources
  • Support collaborative habitat conservation along the coasts and
    coastal watersheds
  • Further the mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Coastal Program

 

See More About HabNet

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VOLUNTEER

You can make a difference in your local community. Sign up to volunteer today! Also consider planning your own restoration event by following these helpful tips.

 

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